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Old 23-07-17, 07:40 PM   #1
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Default 807 2.0 hdi 5 sp to 6 sp gearbox 05 plate

is there a 6 speed gearbox i can put into my 05 807 SE as the box in it is u/s.
only just got car don't know numbers on box but does have a speedo drive on diff not abs sensors.will new 2.0l hdi box out of expert be any good ratio wise? thanks bob
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Old 23-07-17, 10:21 PM   #2
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expert boxes are different but could be made to fit needs clutch hydraulics altered and expert clutch though.

dont be tempted by a 2.2 6 speed they dont fit as bellhousing is bigger
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Old 26-07-17, 08:23 PM   #3
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Default 2006- onwards

Gearbox code 20MB12
SUBMIT GEARBOX CODE 20MB12 REQUESTSEARCH GEARBOX CODE 20MB12 STOCK
Make
Year of construction Engine capacity
Peugeot 807
2006 2,000 cc
2007 2,000 cc
2008 2,000 cc
2009 2,000 cc
Peugeot Expert
2006 2,000 cc
2007 2,000 cc
Citroen C8
2006 2,000 cc
2007 2,000 cc
2008 1,997 cc, 2,000 cc
2009 2,000 cc
Citroen Jumpy
2008 2,000 cc
2009 1,997 cc, 2,000 cc
Fiat Scudo
2006 2,000 cc
2008 1,997 cc, 2,000 cc
2010 2,000 cc
found this on a site called proxyparts.com lots of codes and relevant vehicle and engine sizes dutch vehicle breaker

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Yes thats what i mean the 2005 expert models are 5 speed 2006/7 ONWARDS are 6 speed but your 2005 model 807 uses the older style box so to fit the later box you need various other parts.

To be honest the 407 box could be fitted as could 6 speed 307 but again alterations are needed nothing will bolt straight in
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Looking at the pictures of the six speed except 2.2 none have crank sensor hole in top of bell housing
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Old 28-10-17, 10:01 PM   #6
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Default flywheel measurements

can any one give me the diameter of a 2.2 hdi 807 flywheel please.
also does anyone know of a push type clutch cover for Peugeot that will fit a 226-230 mm centre plate please thanks

307 1.6 hdi clutch cover fits release bearing does not, ml5c shaft is bigger than the be4r input shaft.

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Default 2.2 6 speed conversions

just a thought when people did 6 speed conversions did they change flywheel as well as gearbox. just i'm looking at flywheels etc and 2.2 runs 240mm dia flywheel and 2.0 uses 230mm if they did change both g/box and flywheel then the starter motor maybe wrong as i have a 2.0 tdci focus 05 plate starter using pug engine but 6 speed box starter is completely different (to my 2.0 5 speed 55 plate 807) but it did have the bigger flywheel and i have measured g/boxes and they appear the same that is my 07 box 6 speed to my 55 box 5 speed thanks bob
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People generally DONT do 6 speed conversions due to the fact its hard to find 6 speed boxes to suit the 2 litre

2.2 flywheel is bigger because 2.2 gearbox is bigger as is 2.2 engine block its ALL different

Fords set up uses a peugeot engine with a ford clutch flywheel and starter in the ford you can use a 5 speed or 6 speed flywheel but you must use the starter to suit the flywheel we have a 1.8 tdci mondeo here with 6 speed box and we fitted a 5 speed clutch as the box fits either in the peugeot its not that simple.

Peugeot use the same starter design in all DW series cars the 2.2 has a more powerful 1 but it fits the 2 litres
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yeah i sort of found that out after i wrote the post just before going to bed i read up and did a search on parts etc but thanks for the reply
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It can be done though i have looked into it for our 406 and it will work but you need to drill a hole in the bellhousing for the crank sensor the clutch system needs changed to the later style cylinder and cables may need to be mixed and matched for a good gearchange.

For your application a whole 2.2 conversion would be best option as 2.2 is a nicer drive
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